My name is Rick Conti.
Welcome to my blog, which also serves as a platform for my writing.
For the full story (pun intended) click on the “About” button at the top of this page and read all about it, as the Newsies would say.
Or click on the “Blog” option above and go right to my blog to read my fiction, my reviews, and my general rants about nothing in particular and everything in general. I’ve also written several books. Read on to learn more about them…
Both of these novels are appropriate for adult and young adult readers.
I also have a four-book series called “The Endless Cycle”. Although it is aimed primarily at middle grade readers, it can be enjoyed by younger children and by adults. It follows the adventures of a young boy on a bike, searching for his forgotten identity.
The books are “Breakaway”, “Blowout”, “Slipstream”, and “Endgame”. They are all available now, along with my other writing.
“The Little Red Boat Came Back” is a children’s picture book set in Haiti, originally included as part of my book, “A Slippery Land”. It’s illustrated by a good friend and great artist, Taylor Dueker.
“Only Love Can Break Your Leg” is a romantic comedy novel for all adult and young adult readers.
Click on any of the images above to visit their respective pages on Amazon, where you can buy them in either paperback or Kindle eBook. Or you can visit my Amazon author page where all my books are listed.
I hope you have a chance to check out my writing, whether in blog or book. I’d love to get your feedback.
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